First Flying Car Passes First Real Flight Test

Airbus calls its flying car the Vahana. The ‘car’ can take off and land vertically and is powered by all-electric motors. Airbus intends the vehicle to fly at speeds up to four times greater than road traffic and have a range of fifty miles. For the Vahana’s first flight test, the aircraft took off and rose to an altitude of 5 meters (16 feet) before landing safely after 53 seconds. The following day, the aircraft performed the same test again successfully. While it might not sound like much, consider that many of the Wright brothers’ first flights were under a minute as well.
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